Julia Roberts Biography
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Julia Roberts was born on October 28, 1967 in Smyrna, Georgia.
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Julia grew up hanging around the theater people who attended her parents' Actors
and Writers Workshop in their Atlanta home. Both she and her brother Eric
Roberts were interested in acting and it was Eric who led the way, breaking into
film in 1978 when Julia was eleven.
Julia moved to New York after high school, but despite landing an agent, did not
find film work right away. She made her film debut playing a supporting role
opposite her brother in "Blood Red", which, although completed in 1986, was not
released until 1989. Julia appeared in a couple of made-for-TV movies and one
low-budget feature, "Firehouse" (1987), before getting her first real break in
the made-for-cable drama "Satisfaction" (1988). This led to a large supporting
role in "Mystic Pizza" (1989), co-starring Lili Taylor and Annabeth Gish.
Julia's portrayal of a strong-headed pizza parlor waitress earned her acclaim,
and led to her role in "Steel Magnolias" (1989). As the doomed Shelby, Julia
played opposite Sally Field, Shirley MacLaine and Dolly Parton and earned an
Oscar nomination for her portrayal. With newfound stardom under her belt, Julia
attempted to branch off into more serious waters by playing a medical student in
"Flatliners" (1990). During production, Julia became involved with co-star
Kiefer Sutherland, the first of her many high profile romances. Later in 1990,
she had her greatest success to date starring opposite Richard Gere in "Pretty
Woman". The film was a runaway international hit and Julia became a household
Julia married country singer Lyle Lovett in 1993 and then made a successful come
back in "The Pelican Brief" (1993).
In 1997, Julia made a triumphant return to romantic comedy in "My Best Friend's
Wedding", and continued her romantic comedy upswing in 1999 with "Notting Hill"
and "Runaway Bride". Both films helped to further restore Julia Roberts to her
status as the most bankable woman in Hollywood. This status was further
demonstrated with the $20 million she received to star in Steven Soderbergh's
"Erin Brockovich" in 2000. The film, about a secretary who exposes a major
environmental scandal, turned out to be one of Julia's most successful projects
to date, enthusiastically embraced by critics and audiences alike.
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